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Published by 
The Senior Class 

Arthur F. Hommel 
Editor 

Hervey B. Stahl 
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ADMINISTRATION BLMLDING 



Kent State College Alumni 

There are 5,434 members of the Kent 
State College Alumni Association, which 
is one of the oldest organizations con- 
nected with the college. It was first 
established in May, 1911 and the first 
president of the group was Mr. Edwin F". 
Moulton of Warren, Ohio. 

The present officers are President, Otto 
J. Korb; V. Pres., John F. Koeppe; 
Sec, Alma M. Zinninger; Treas., Calvin 
P. Rausch. 




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O I T O J. K O R B 



Dedication 



The 1*^33 Chestnut Burr is hereby 
dedicated to the Kent State College 
Alumni Association of which Mr. Otto 
J. Korb, superintendent of the South- 
Euclid — Lyndhurst School District is the 
president. 

Mr. Korb is one of Kent State's first 
graduates. 

The future greatness of Kent State 
College will be built upon the foundation 
of a strong and active Alumni Association. 
Mr. Korb and his associates realize this 
and are working successfully towards 
that end. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




JAMES O. ENGLEMAN 
President 





B. F. RENKERT 
Business Manager 



ADELINE KING 
Assistant Treasurer 



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THE DEANS 





BLANCHE A. VERDER, A. M. 
Dean of Women 



RAYMOND E. MANCHESTER. A. M. 
Dean of Men 





JOHN L. BLAIR, Ph. D. 
Dean of the College of Education 



OSCAR H. WILLIAMS, Ph. D. 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 




AMOS L. HEER, Ph. D. 
Supt. of Training School 




EMMETT C. STOPHER, A. M. 

Registrar 

Teacher Placement Bureau 

Extra-Mural Activities 





A. O. DE WEESE, M. D. 

Health and Physical 

Education 



J. T. JOHNSON. A. B. 

Agriculture 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 






MERLE E. WAGONER, B. S. 
Head Coach 



NINA S. HUMPHRIES, B.E.A. 
Art 





HARRY A. CUNNINGHAM. A. M. 
Biology 



J. E. MAGEE. D. C. L. 
Commerce 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 





D, W. PEARCE, A. M. 
Education. Philosophy 
Psychology 



CHESTER E. SATTERFIELD. 

A. B., A. M. 

English 








EDITH BELLE ROWLEN, A. M. 
French 



DAVID OLSON, Ph. D. 

Geography 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 





A. SELLEW ROBERTS, Ph. D. 
History and Social Science 



BERTHA L. NIXON, A. M. 
Home Economics 





BURYL P. ENGLEMAN, M. S. 
Journalism and Publicity 



G. HAZEL SWAN, A. M. 
Kindergartezi Primary 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 





MARGARET DUNBAR, B. L. S. 
Library 



C. S. VAN DEUSEN, M. E. 
Manual Ti-aining 





FLORENCE M. SUBLETTE. A. M. 
Music 



C. F. RUMOLD. Pli. D. 
Pliysical Science 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 






ANNA SCHAFHEITLIN, Ph. D. 
German 



E. TURNER STUMP, A. M. 
Speech 




FRANK N. HARSH, A. M. 
Principal of the Training School 



FACULTY 





HARRIET ADAMS. B. D. 
Art 



EILEEN W. ERLANSON, Ph. D. 
Biology 





MARY K. BOSWELL, A. B. 
Art 



ETHEL GOWANS. A. M. 
Biology 



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JOSEPH W. BEGALA, A. B. 
Athletics 



S. A. HARBOURT. A. M. 
Biology 



FACULTY 





C. RUTH SHAW, A. M. 
Biology 



HENRY H. HELTER. A. M. 
Education 





AMANDA L. THRASHER, A. M. 
Commerce 



PKEN MUSSLEMAN. A. M. 
Edjcation 





RAYMOND M. CLARK, A. M, 
Education 



ALFRED W. STEWART, Ph. D. 
Education 



FACULTY 




ERIC T. GRIEBLING, A. M. 

English 




ADA HYATT. A. M. 
English 





KENNETH R. PRINGLE, A. M. 
English 







EDGAR PACKARD. A. M. 
English 




EDWARD PAKE. A. M. 
English 



JAMES R. BECK. M. S. 
Geography 



FACULTY 




GEORGE J. ALTMAN, Ed. M. 
Health and Physical Ed 





ESTHER BRENNEMAN. M. D. 
Health and Physical Ed. 




MARIE H. APPLE, A. M. 
Health and Physical Ed. 



GWENDOLYN DREW, A. M. 
Health and Physical Ed. 





RUTH BASS, A. M. 
Health and Physical Ed. 



WILLIS J. BURNER. Ph. D. 
History and Spanish 



FACULTY 





THOMAS E. DAVEY, A. M. 
History 



LOUIS A. TOHILL, Ph. D. 
History 





MONA FLETCHER. A. M. 
History 



NONA ISABEL JORDAN, A. M. 
Home Economics 





ELEANOR A. MEYER, A. M. 
History 



ELMA M. BRENNER, B. S. 
Assistant Librarian 



FACULTY 





ISABELLE DUNBAR 
Associate Librarian 



HAROLD P. ROGERS. A. M. 
Mathematics 




MABEL E. THURSTON 

AsKistant Librarian 





HUGH E. STELSON, Ph. D. 
Mathematics 




ELPRED TISCHENDORF. A. M. 
Manual Training 



ELFLEDA LITTLEJOHN. A. M, 
Music 



FACULTY 





HELEN McCLAFFIN. B. M.. B. S. 
Music 



CLARENCE L. COOK. M. Sc. 
Physical Science 




ROY D. METCALP, A. M. 
Music 





MORRIS PALMER, Pli. D. 
Physical Science 




RHEA VENNER 
Music 



ORA BELLE BAUCHMAN, B. M. 

Music 



FACULTY 





ADAH BROADBENT. B. A. 

Art 



ETHEL POSTER. B. S. 
Third Grade 





GERALD H. CHAPMAN. A. M. 
Physical Science 



ISABELLE HAZEN, A. M. 
Latin 





GEORGE DAMANN. B. S. 
Industrial Arts 



AMY HERRIFP. A. M. 
Library-Study Hall 



FACULTY 





LAURA E. HILL, A. M. 

Sixth Grado 



DORIS KINNEMAN. A. M. 

English 





MARGARET JEFFREY A B. 

FiiM Oi ifi - 



ELMER R. MEYER, A. M. 
History 





MARJORIE KELLY, B. S. 
Physical Education 



BLANCHE C. MILLER, A. M. 
English 



FACULT Y 




MAY S. NEITZ, B. E. 

Kindergarten 





PEARL J. PHILLIPS. B. S. 
Fifth Grad? 




EDITH M. OLSON. A. M. 
Social Science 



NELLIE RICHARDS, A. B. 
Commerce 




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FACULTY 





MYRTLE SHEPHARD, A. M. 
Second Grade 



HELEN BONSALL 
Secretary to the President 





NORMA D. WOOD. A. M. 

French 



IRENE COSTLEY 

Registrars Office 





L. MUNZENMEYER, A. M. 
Extension 



MRS. ELIZABETH FELLERS 
College Dietitian 



FACULTY 





MATILDA JOHNSON 
Assistant Registrar 



JEANNE PARRISH 
Sec. to Dean Verder 





ANTOINETTE LINK, B. S. 
Sec. to Dr. DeWeese 



MITTIE SMITH, R. N. 
College Nurs? 





MARY M. PARKER 
Sec. to Mr. Renkert 



DOROTHY D. SCOTT, M. S. 
Home Economics 



FACULTY 




ALFRED B. GARRETTE. Ph. D. 
Physical Science 




ALLEN W. COVEN. Ph. D. 
Physical Science 





MAURICE BAUM, Ph. D. 
Philosophy 



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C. JAMES VELIE, M. A. 
Music 





RUTH M. PARRISH, A. M. 
First Grade 



PAULINE GASTON. B. S. in Ed. 
Kindergarten 




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Senior Class Officers 

Charles Atkinson President 

Joe Kelly Vice President 

Mary Irvin Secretary 

Emily Farnham Treasurer 



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RICHARD AIKEN 
Akron, Ohio 

Gymn Club 3. 
Varsity Track 3, 
Swimming Club, coach 3, 
Varsity Wrestling 4, 
Phys. Ed. Club 4. 



CLAYTON E. ALDEN 
Kent. Ohio 

Alpha Phi Beta. 
Class Secretary 1. 
Y. M. C. A. 1. 2. 4. 
History Club. 
Kappa Gamma. 
Blue Key. 



CHARLES ATKINSON 
Yorkshire, England 

Sigma Tau Gamma, 

Pres. 4. 
Kappa Gamma Pres. 4, 
Velvet Curtain. Pres. 4. 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 

Ch.. 4. 
Varsity Debate 3. 4. 
Capt.. 4. 
Kent Stater. 
Blue Key. 
Class Pres. 4. 
Attended Youngstown 

College. 1. 

LEONARD BAKER 
Euclid. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 

Pres. 3, 
Chi Pi. 

Burr Staff 1. 2. 3. 
College Social Com.. 
Executive Council 3, 
Baseball 2. 
Football 2. 3. 
Basketball 2. 
Intra-Murals. 
"K" Association. 



RUTH BARNHART 
Lancaster. N. Y 

Women's League. 

W. A. A.. 
Pi Kappa Sigma. 
Omega Phi Delta, Pres. 




LOIS AKERS 
Ravenna. Ohio 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Biol. Club. 

Kind. Prim. Club. 

Women's League. 

Executive League. 

Social Com.. 

Attended Ohio Wesleyan. 



RUTH APLEY 
Kent. Ohio 

Phi Alpha Alpha. 

Sec. 4, 
French Club, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club. 



EDYTHE AVERY 
Akron, Ohio 

Delta Sigma Epsilon, 



MERLE BAKER 
Woodsfield. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma, 

Pres. 2. 
Varsity Football 2. 
Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. 



FREDA BEYMER 
Kent, Ohio 

Velvet Curtain Players 




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Alpha Phi Beta, 
Commerce Club. 
Men's Union, 
Intra-Murals. 
Varsity Wrestling 
Manager 4. 



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ETHEL ETLING 
Ravenna, Ohio 



Phi Alpha Alpha. 
Omega Phi Delta, 
Phys, Ed. Club. 
Off-Campus 

Women's Club. 
Women's League. 



EMILY FARNHAM 
Kent. Ohio 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 
Lambda Chi. 
Women's League, 
Kent State Council 

Sec. 3, 
Class Treas. 4, 
Kent Stater, 
Orchestra, 1, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club, 
Tri-Sig. National 

Scholarship Ring, 
Attended Cleveland 

Art School 2. 




JOSEPHINE EVANS 
Hudson. O. 

Alpha Sigma Tau 



PERL FREEMAN 

Sigma Tau Gamma 



WINSTON R. FROST 
Cleveland. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma, 
Vice Pres. 4, 

Blue Key, 

Kappa Gamma, 

Velvet Curtain Players, 

Social Com. 4. 

Executive Council 4. 

Varsity Debate 4. 

Men's Union Entertain- 
ment Com.. 

Miami Univ. 1, 2, 3. 

B. A. Ohio State Univ. 



LAWRENCE B. GATCHELL 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 
Varsity Baseball 3. 



ROY GILMORE 
Mayfleld Heights. O. 

Kappa Mu Kappa, 
Burr Staff 3. 



TWILA GUTHERY 



WILLIAM HARPER 
Cleveland. Ohio 

Commerce Club, 

Ohio University 1, 2, 3. 




RUSSELL GARDNER 

Kappa Sigma Chi. 



MAE GICQUELAIS 



THELMA GRAFTON 



FRANK HALL 
Ravenna. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 
Post Graduate. 



GLADYS HEINLEN, 
Bucyrus. Ohio 

Phi Alpha Alpha, 
Phys. Ed. Club, 
\\r. A. A., 
Women's League. 



SENIORS 



ARLIE HICKMAN 
Alpha Phi Beta. 



ORVILLE HISSOM 
Freedom. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 
Kent Stater. 



ARTHUR F. HOMMEL 
Lyndhurst. Ohio. 
Delta Phi Sigma, 

V. Pres. 3. Pres. 4, 
Blue Key, 
Alpha Psi Omega, 
Kappa Gamma, 
Chi Pi. 
Manager College Theatre 

3. 
Assistant Ed. Kent 

Stater 2. 
Assistant Ed. Burr, 2, 3, 

Editor 4. 
Ed. Alpha Psi Omega 

CallBoard 3, 4, 
Playbill 3. 
Inter-fraternitv Council 

3. 4, 
Soph. Debate Team. 
Velvet Curtain Players, 
History Club, 
Attended Western Re- 
serve 1. 



DON HOUSLEY 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Delta Phi Sigma. 

Pres. 3. 
Alpha Psi Omega, 
Blue Key. 
Men's Glee Club. 

Pres. 3, 4, 
Burr Staff 2, 
Inter-Fraternity Council 

3, 
Varsity Football 2. 3, 4, 
Intra-Murals. 
Pre-Med. Club Pres. 2. 
Most Popular Man 3, 
Varsity "K" Club. 



DOROTHY JACKSON 
Steubenville, Ohio 
Pi Delta Theta. 
Kind. Prim. Club, 
Biol. Club. 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club, 
Attended Steubenville 
Normal 1. 




EDWIN HIRT 
Kent. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma, 

Treas, 2, 
Varsity Track 2, 3. 
Varsity "K" Club, 
Band 1, 2, 3. 4. 
Orchestra 1. 2. 3. ■ 
Intra-Murals. 
Kent Stater 1. 



LEWIS HIST 



HOWARD HOPPER 
Andover. Ohio 

Alpha Phi Beta. 

Vice Pres. 4. 
Manual Arts Club. 
Inter-Fraternitv Council 

3. 4. 
Intra-Murals. 



MARY IRVIN 
Akron. Ohio 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

Pres. 4. 
Women's League Sec'y. 4 
College Social Com. 4 
Executive Com. 4. 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club 2. 3. 
College Theatre Treas. 4 
Velvet Curtain Players, 
Glee Club 4, 
Debate Squad 4, 
Class Sec'y. 4. 
Attended Akron Univ. 



RUTH JOY 



PAUL KABPER 
Alliance. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 



LUELLA KING 
Windham. Ohio 

Delta Sigma Epsilon. 

Rec. Sec'y. 3. 
Sec'y. 4. 

Most Popular Woman 3. 
W. A. A. 
Phys. Ed. Club. 
Velvet Curtain Players. 
Orchesis. Pres. 4. 
Burr Staff 4. 



KATHERINE KOONTZ 
Greensburg. Ohio 

Biology Club, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club. 
Women's League. 



SENIORS 



WILLIAM LANE 
Deerfleld. Ohio 



Kappa Mu Kappa. 
Intra-Murals, 
Varsity Mgr. 2. 



MERLE LEGGETT 
Creston. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 

Chaplain 2. 
Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 
Varsity Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4. 
Manual Arts Club. 

Pres. 4. 
Varsity "K" Club. 




JOE KELLY 
Struthers. Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa, 

Scribe. Rec. Sec, 

Bd. of Gov.. 

Blue Key. Pres. 4. 

Burr Editor 3, 

Chi Pi. Pres. 4. 

Commerce Club, 
Pres. 3. 

Kent Stater. 

Assistant Ed. 2. 

Class Treas. 2. 

Class Vlce-Pres. 3. 4. 

Velvet Curtain Players, 
Vice-Pres. 4. 

Men's Union Com. Ch. 2, 

Alpha Psi Omega, 

Executive College Social 
Com. Chairman 4. 

Inter-Fraternity Council 



STEPHEN KING 
Campbell. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 
Treas. 4, 

Alpha Psi Omega. 

Kappa Gamma. 

Blue Key. 

Velvet Curtain Players, 

Asst. Mgr. College 
Theatre 4. 

Debate Team 4. 

Burr Staff 4. 



ALICE LAIRD 
Ashtabula. Ohio 

Delta Sigma Epsilon. 
Omega Phi Delta. 
W. A. A.. 
Soc. Con^. 3. 
Phys. Ed. Club. 



HARRIET LANNING 

Moulton Hall Sec. 2, 

Pres. 3. 
Glee Club. 
Mixed Chorus. 
Y. W. C. A.. 
Home Ec. Club. 



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ELMER LEMBRIGHT 
Sugarcreek, Ohio 

Commerce Club. 
Manual Arts Club, 
Barbarians. 
Men's Union. 



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SENIORS 



CLARK 


LINE 


Kent, 


Ohio 


Delta Phi Sigma. 




Varsity Tennis. 




Capt. 1, 2. 




Varsity ■K" Club, 




Attended Carnegie 


Tech. 



MARIAN LOSTETTER 
Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio 

Lambda Chi. 
Attended Akron Univ. 



LUELLA MARTIN 



MILFORD MURPHY 
Kent, Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa. 
Manual Arts Club. 

Vice Pres. 4, 
Kent Stater. 
Men's Union. 
Intra-Murals. 
Muskingum College 

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ROY MILLER 




SMITH LINE 
Kent. Ohio 

Football 1. 
Basketball 1, 
Basketball Mgr. 1, 
Men's Union 1. 
Football Mgr. 4, 
Ohio State University 
3. 



HELEN MALEK 



FRANCIS MERICOLA 
Hudson. Ohio 

Varsity Football 2. 3, 4. 



ELDRED MILLER 
Kent. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 
Hist. 4, 

Football 2. 3. 4. 

■Wrestling 2. 3. 4. 

Ohio State 135 lb. Cham- 
pion 4. 

Varsity "K" Club. 

Varsity Gymn 4, 

Phys. Ed. Club, 

Intra-Murals. 



MERRILL MILLS 
Kent. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 



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RUTH MITCHELL 



VICTOR MOORE 
Akron. Ohio 

Kappa Sigma Chi. 

Pres. 4. 
Varsity Track 2. 3. 
Varsity Gymn 4. 
Phys. Ed. Club. 

Pres. 4. 
Intra-Murals. 
Inter-Fraternity Council 



ALBERT MULLER 
Alliance. Ohio 

Alpha Phi Beta. 
Kappa Gamma. 
Biology Club. 
Varsity Debate 4. 
Attended Mt. Union and 
Blackburn College. 



LARRY NICHOLSON 

Byesville. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 

Treas. 4, 
Football 2. 3. 4. 
Basketball 2, 3. 4, 
Baseball 2. 
Track 3. 
Gymn Team 4. 
Intra-Mural Council 4. 
Varsity "K" Club. 
Intra-Murals, 
Phys. Ed. Club. 



MARY PERKINS 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
Biology Club. 




RALPH MONROE 



KENNETH MYERS 
Kent. Ohio 

Debate 4. 
Orchestra. 
Band. 
Glee Club. 
Burr Staff. 
History Club. 



JOSEPH NAPPI 
Ashtabula. Ohio 

Kappa Sigma Chi, 

Treas. 4. 
Football 3. 4. 
French Club. 
History Club. 

Pres. 4. 
Manual Arts Club. 
Men's Union Board 
Phys. Ed. Club. 
Intra-Murals. 



DOUGLAS NICKERSON 
Stow. Ohio 



ELMER PETTAY 
Cadiz. Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa, 
Post Graduate. 



SENIORS 



LAURANCE PHILLIPS 
Freedom. Ohio 

Sigma Tail Gamma, 
Post Graduate, 
Staff BioL Dept.. 
Biol. Club, 
Commerce Club, 
Glider Club, 
Football 3, 4, 
Intra-Murals, 
Men's Union. 



DONALD PRICE 
Leesville. Ohio 

Kappa Sigma Chi, 
Math. Club. 
Biology Club. 
Basketball, 
Wrestling. 



WILLIAM REED 



RUTH REICHARD 
Sharpsville, Pa. 

Delta Sigma Epsilon. 
Pres. 4. 



DONALD ROBINSON 
Rootstown, Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa, 

Rec. Sec'y, 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Intra-Murals, 




GENEVA POTTS 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Women's League, 
Home Ec, Club. 



MILDRED PYLE 
Kent. Ohio 

Alpha Sigma Tau, 

Pres. 4. 
College Social Com.. 

Sec. 4, 
Alpha Psi Omega, 
Bus. Mgr. 3. 
Women's League, 
Glee Club, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club. 



JOHN E. REEVES 



MARTHA REIMER 


Cuyahoga 


Falls, Ohio 


Sigma 


Delta Nu, 


Sec. 


4, 


Orchestra, 


Mixed 


Chorus, 


String 


trio. 


String 


quartette. 



HELEN ROBINSON 
Kent. Ohio 



DOROTHY SANNER 



MARGUERITE SCHMID 



MARY SHOLTIS 
Akron, Ohio 

Phi Alpha Alpha. 
Y. W. C. A, 
Math. Club. 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club. 
Women's League. 
Executive Council 4. 
College Social Com. 3. 4. 
Kent State Council 4. 



WANDA SPORER 



LELAH STRAIGHT 
Kent. Ohio 

Phi Alpha Alpha. 
Orchestra. 
Glee Club. 
Madrigal Club. 
Sigma Delta Nu, 
Vice Pres. 4. 




ALVA SAPP 
Ravenna. Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa. 

Treas. 4. 
Football 2. 3. 4. 
Varsity "K" Club. 



JAMES SHELLY 
Wooster. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 

Sgt. at Arms 3. 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4 

Capt. 4. 
Wrestling 2. 3, 4. 

Capt. 3. 
Class Treas. 1. 
Class Pres. 3, 
Phys. Ed. Club. 
Varsity "K" Club. 

Pres. 4. 
Blue Key. 

Vice-Pres. 4. 
Baseball 2. 



MICHAEL SPIRTOS 

Alpha Phi Beta, 
Debate 4. 



HERVEY STAHL 
Canton. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 

Vice-Pres. 4. 
College Social Com. 3. 4. 
Executive Social Com. 4, 
Intra-Murals. 
Kent State Council. 

Chairman 3, 
Kent Stater Society Ed. 

3. 
Chi Pi. Sec-Treas. 4. 
Velvet Curtain Players. 
Chestnut Burr Bus. Mgr. 

4. 
Blue Kev. 
Glee Club. 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 



JAMES STRASBURG 



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FRED SWARTZ 
Mogadore. Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma. 

Phys, Ed. Club. 

Biology Club. 

History Club. 

Velvet Curtain Players. 

Intra-Murals. 

Attended Akron Univ. 



WALTER TAYLOR 
Akron. Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa. 
Basketball 1. 2. 3, 
Baseball 1. 2. 3. 
Football 1. 2. 3. 
Varsity "K" Club. 
Intra-Murals. 



THOMAS TROYER 



HOWARD L. VINE 

Math. Club. 
Attended Ohio State. 




RUTH STRAND 



KERMIT TAYLOR 
Kent. Ohio 

Kappa Mu Kappa. 

Pres. 4. 
Football 1. 2, 3. 4. 
Intra-Murals. 
Kent State Council, 

Chairman 4, 
Phys. Ed. Club. 
Varsity "K" Club. 
Blue Key. 

Sgt. at Arms 4. 



EUGENE TRAXLER 
Stow. Ohio 

Delta Phi Sigma. 
Varsity Tennis 2. 3, 4, 

Capt. 3, 
Basketball 2. 
Varsity "K" Club. 
Intra-Murals. 



ANTOINETTE VETRANO 
Ashtabula. Ohio 

Alpha Sigma Tau. 
Lambda Chi. 
Kind. Prim. Club. 
Glee Club, 
Mixed Chorus, 
Y. W. C. A., 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club. 
Sec. to Dean of Men, 
Women's League. 



THELMA WAGNER 



SENIORS 



MAURICE WALTER 
Dundee. Ohio 

Intra-Murals. 
Attended Muskingum 
College. 



RUTH WATKINS 
Kent. Ohio 

Phi Alpha Alpha, 
Women's League, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club, 
Home EC. Club. 



CELESTINE WIERMAN 
Rootstown, Ohio 

Women's League, 
Women's Chorus, 
Kind. Prim. Club. 



HARRIET WILSON 
Kent. Ohio 

PI Kappa Sigma, 
French Club, 
Off-Campus Women's 

Club, 
Glee Club 1. 



ARDEN YOCKEY 
Dover, Ohio 



Alpha Phi Beta, 
Phi Mu. 
Madrigal Club, 
Glee Club, 



Mixed Chorus. 




JOHN WATKINS 
Kent, Ohio 

Sigma Tau Gamma, 
College Theatre, 
Asst. Mgr. 3. Mgr. 4, 
College Social Com. 3, 4, 

Ex. Com. 3, 
Debate 3, 4, 
Kappa Gamma. 
Velvet Curtain Players, 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 

Sec. 3, 
Burr Staff 3. 
Kent Stater 4, 
Y. M. C. A., 
Blue Key. 



THELMA WEISS 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Delta Sigma Epsilon, 

W. A. A., 

Phys. Ed. Club, 

W. A. A. "K" Club, 

Women's Sports. 



FRANKLIN WILLIAMS 
Kent, Ohio 

Alpha Phi Beta, 

Pres. 3. 
Blue Key, Sec. 4. 
Kent State Council 4, 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Pres. 4. 
Inter-Fraternity Council 

3. 
Intra-Murals. 



LEONARD WISE 
Kent, Ohio 

Alpha Phi Beta. 
Intra-Mural Council, 
Intra-Murals. 
Y. M. C. A. 



MARGARET YODER 




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Glenwood Oyster President 

Sam Cipriano Vice President 

Lucille Galloway Secretary 

Mary Lou Guillet Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 



MARGARET ACKER 



BETTE ANDERSON 



FRANKLIN BARLOW 



ANN BERNARD 



WILDA BELLE BOSCH 



EVELYN BRILHART ,^ 




DON ALDERMAN 



GLADYS APLEY 



JEAN BAUMBERGER 



STEPHEN BORSIC 



PRANCES BRIGGS 



VIRGINIA BROWN 



ARTHUR CANIGLIA 



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JOE CARL 



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JUNIO 



PETER CIPRIANO 




GRACE CLINKER 




SAM CIPRIANO 




VIRGIL COBB 



VERA COCHRAN 





RUTH COLLIER 




ELAINE CONLEY 




GLEN COWAN 



JOHN CONVERSE % » 




RUSSELL COVER 



GORDON CRUMBACKER 




MRS. EDITH DAVIS 



ALBERT DE LEONE 




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EVELYN DICK 





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HELEN DUNSTAN 





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ALLEN ENSMINGER 



MARY JANE FAIRCHILD 





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IRENE FERREBEE 







FLORENCE FLOWER 




MATHEW FLOWER 



LUCILLE GALLOWAY J^ 



HAROLD GEAR 



COEVIN GERIG 





CHARLES GLATZER 



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DOROTHY GORDON 



WILMA GREEN 



MARY LOU GUILLET 



MARY HARDING 



FOREST HAWK 



CLARENCE HINKLE 




HELEN HOFFMAN 




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MARGUERITE GORDON 



D. AUSTIN GRUBB 



LAUREL HANLEY 



GOLDIE HASLER 



EUNICE HINES 



KENNETH HISSNER 



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CHARLOTTE HONBERGER 



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JUNIORS 



LUCILLE JACOBS 



HAZEL JONE: 




GUY lARUSSI 



PAUL JAMES 



MARY ETTA JONES 



EVELYN KEIFER 



LOWER KELLOG 



BETTY KELLY 



KAY KENNEY 



HARRY KIRK , 



ETHEL KLESA 



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JUNIORS 



HAROLD LAW 



LEOTA LEYDA ? 



RUTH LOOMIS 




MARGARET LESHER 



D. E. LODGE 



AMEDA LOSITO 



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LOETTA LOVEJOY 



MARY JANE MANCHESTER 




ELLA MAJOR 



ETHEL MAURER 



ELWOOD MILLER 



PAUL MILLER 



IRMA MURPHY 



LEETLA RHODES 



MAKCKLLA RUSH 



JOHN RYZNER 



MARIE SANDROCK 




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LOUISE SAUSE 



NADINE SCHUMACKER 



IVAN SHILLIDAY 



ELEANOR SNYDER 




ALTON SCHOPPER 



ALBERT SHAMBARGER 



VIRGINIA SMITH 



YETTA SNYDER 



CLARABEL SPACHT 



MIRIAM STARKEY 




MARY E. SNYDER 



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REGINA STAM 



ELI STIGNER 



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MARGARET STIGNER 



PAUL STRAHL 



ANNE TESCHER 



ANNE WARNES f 



CHALMERS WEAVER 



DALE WHITE 




PAULINE STONEHILL 



CLARENCE STRAUB 



JEANETTE VAN FLEET 



LUCILLE WALSH 



PARK WELTON 



MARIANA WHITECOTTON 



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LOIS WHITELEATHER 




RUTH WIEGAND 



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Sophomore Degree Officers 

Walter Seifert President 

Roy Knowles Vice President 

Mabel Law Secretary 

Rosemary Price Treasurer 

Sophomore Diploma Officers 

Kenneth Scott President 

Emerson Schlegel Vice President 

Jane Quinn Secretary 

Marian A. Balser Treasurer 








Betty Adlard, David Alden, Louise Anderson, Glenn Andrews. Florence Anthony. 
Iris Appelhans. Jerry M. Baird. Raymond Baker. Frank Barker. Donald Barnes. 
Wayne Baumberger. Earle Bennett. Howard Bientz. Chester Borlet. Dale Bowman. 
Clark Bradon. Frederick Bundy. Paul Carothers. George Carter. Vera Chamberlain. 
Dewon Clay, Earl Cooley. Aldeen Cox, Howard Dailey, Byrne De Weese. 
Ray Diller. Bernice Eippert. Clarence EUett. Karl Falls, Ruth Farr. 
Lucille Faught. Edith Fenn, Betty Field, Russell Filson, Marie Fisher. 
Harriet Franklin, Nancy Fynn, Freda Galloway, Kathryn Garbln, Joe Gettrust. 
John Gidley, Mabel Grabensteller, Myra Graham, Elizabeth Green, Francis Green. 




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SOPHOMORES 



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Ruth Puffer, Geraldine Quimby. Gertrude Quirk, Malvern W, Randels, Ruth Randels, 
Joe Repasky, Ralph Riddle, Joe Rinaldi, Claire Robinson, Dorothy Sabin, 
Lorraine Seckel, Dorothy Seidel, Walter Seifert, Harold Schamp, Rosalie Schmalz, 
Louaine Schram, Winilred Schram, Earl Skillicorn, Ann Sofranec, Jack Spencer, 
Harold Smith, Marvin Smith, Arline Stalder, Joe Taborsky, Martha Taylor, 
Don Ulrich, Helen Vaughn, Thomas Walling, Herbert Wands, Neva Watkins. 
Mary Jane Weber, Alyce Wenger, Alberta Faye White, Wllford White, Kent Wierman. 
Jeanette Williamson, Harold Williamson, Maxvrell Williams, Ruth Wise, Roger Wolcott, 
Walder Wolfe, Richard Yeend, Al Young, Lucille Young, Pauline Young, 



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Louise Young, Stephen Zboray, Evelyn Ackley, Lucille Altiers, Kathryn Lee Archibald. 

Virginia Bailey, Ruth Baines, Ester Baldwin, Marian Balser, Lillian Baren. 

Viola Batteiger, Hazel Baumgartel, Ethel Mae Beadle, La Verne Beil, Gladys Bell. 

Feral Berton, Gladys Blake. Mary Bodo, Helen Borex. Martha Bouckey. 

Elizabeth Boyd. WiUett Boyd, Margaret Brincko, Martha Brobeck, Anna Brown. 

Hazel Buckholdt, Charlotte Buckwalter. Coyla Burnell, Virginia Burford. Lillian Burwig 

Ella Mae Butler, Mary Buxton, Pauline Caldwell. Martha Carnahan. Agnes Carpenter. 

Hazel Charlton, Maxine Charlton, Helen Christy, Doris Clemson, Claudia Clevenger. 

Mary Closser, Alice Cobb, George Cobb, Marian Cole, Minnie Colombo. 



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Eunice Cooley, Ellen Coventry, Lounetta Cox, Wanda Crites. La Rue Crumbacker. 
Bessie Cunningham, Lois Cunningham, Elizabeth Warren. Elizabeth Davis, Martha Davis. 
Sarah Davis, Arvilla Dean, Charlotte De Beau, Ralph Dietz. Carmeline Dinapoli. 
Florence Dlssly, Ruth Drissen, Vida Earnst, Elizabeth Eaton, Alice Ecker. 
Charlotte Edson, Thelma Eiler, Margaret Elliot. Helen Esty, Charles Evans. 
Maynard Faloon. Florence Faulk. Lucille Feller, Gladys Freeland, Marjorie Frieg. 
Elizabeth Friihauf, Kathryn Fleischer, Virginia Flick, Betty Foeltz, Elizabeth Foote. 
Helen Frame, Molly Frank, Mary Fraundofer. Corinne Galinatt, Louise Gano. 
Dorothy Gamble, Betty Garber, H. E. Glntz, Marguerite Gorman, Lawrence Graff. 



SOPHOMORE S 




Sara Grafton, Margaret Griffiths, Eleanor Hall. Sara Heburn. Francis Heddleston. 
Ethel Heini. Lila Heine. LiUian Hershey. Helen Hayman. Doris Hoffman. 
Mary Hola>chosky, Geneveive Horst. Delmont Houder, Clara Huff, Lena Huff. 
Olive Hunt, Dean Iddings. Zelta Indie. Cyril Isriel. Virginia Jackson. 
Dorothy James, Mrs. Hazel Johnson. Ruth Johnson, Lorena John, Ethel Jones. 
Mary E. Jones, Rosetta Judson, Luella Kappel, Mary A. Keller. Verle Kelley. 
Ann Laura Kerr, Ruth King. Dean Kisseberth. Helen Kloos. Margaret Klotz. 
Kathryn Koch, Mary K. Knapp, Helen Knauf, Roy Knowles. Eileen Kuechler. 
Dorothy Larocco, Ada Larson, Evelyn Lehmann. Jeanette Lewis. Catherine Lisko. 



SOPHOMORES 




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Fern Lower, Alma Mack. Drusella Marks, Elizabeth Mason, Doris Mclntyre. 
Gladys Merrick, De Loss Messerly, Theresa Milano, Bobby Miller, Claire Miller. 
Charlotte Moore. Grace Moore, Mary Moorman, Ruth Motlice. Leah Marian Mullln. 
Jane Nass, Hazel Noland, Sadie Orason, Ruth Owings. Laurabelle Owen. 
Eglantine Oyster, Natalie Pacek, Nellie Pacella, Maxine Palmer, Fern Patterson. 
Kathryn Perriella, Wllma Peterson, Margaret Pim, Jean Plttaway, Mary Queale. 
Betty Randall, Jane Quinn. Hazel Reddick, Mildred Beiber, Marie Retterer. 
Bernice Rice, Antoinette Pich, Ina Richard, Merle Richardson, Florence Riley. 
Helen Rohrer, Helen Rolifl, Ethel Romy, Hazel Rutherford, Mabel Schadt. 




Lucy Schandel. Winifred Sheehan, Emerson Schlegel, Margie Schlott. 

Frances Schnell, Alice Scott, Kenneth Scott. William Scott, Vesta Scott. 

Virginia Scott. Mary Frances Schriver. Mildred Schrock, Lona Shultz, Helen Schwem.ler. 

Florence Sherlocl^. Lillian Shields. Ruth Siffert, Edith Smith. Marjorie Smyder. 

Auri Sokinar, Hilda Spaeth, Mabel Spaeth, Thelma Stenger, Hilda Stiles. 

Helen Strum, Freida Sturgill, Pearl Symbala, Lucille Tarr. Virginia Tedro. 

Mary Thompson. Elizabeth Traut, Pearl Tutthill, Gertrude Tweed. T. V. XJtterback. 

Elma Van Wye, Jean Wagner, Ella Walker. Helen Jean Wayt, Rachel Weaver. 

Helen Weitzel, Dorothy Westfall, Susanna Westland, Velma Wertz. Marvis Wilcox. 





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Lois Williams, Martha Williams, Pauline Woodworth, Helen Woolsey, Juanita Yarian. 
Mary Zavortink, 




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Freshmen Degree Officers 

Le Roy Widowski President 

Marion De Weese Vice President 

Jeanne Hollander Secretary 

Flora Sprague Treasurer 

Freshmen Diploma Officers 

Graydon Bryan President 

Bertha Du Pont Vice President 

Mariann Wampler Secretary 

Eleanor Dunbar Treasurer 




FRESHMEN 




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Ruth Aberth. Louise Abe. John Alexander. Lucille Alger. Howard Andreas. William Anderson, Raymond Arnett. 

Lucille Arnold. Jeanette Barlow, Jack Baker, Joe Baker, Alden Baker, Dorothy Baldwin, AU-in Bamberger. 

Rex Baughman, Edgar Baumgardner, Goldie Bartza, Fred Bebb. Robert Beck. Max A. Beinhardt. Ruth Beinstein. 

Dorothy Bellar, Murry Bennett, Lawrence Berry, Paul Black, Harriet Blake, Alice L. Birkner, Robert Bogenrief. 

Virginia Boone, Leota Butler. Wayne Burkey, Adley Calhoun, Alta Gary, Carlotta Case, Don Gassier. 

Glenn Chapman. Dorothy Clark, Josephine Cotman. Alvin Gox, Marjorie Grabbs, Walter Curtis, Elizabeth Daskovich. 

Joe David, Vernell Dawson. Franklin Day. Marion De Weese, George Dike, Charles Dixon, Nedra Dole. 

William C. Donaldson, Chester Dornbush. Daisy Dunlop, Howard Dunlavy, Clarence Eckert. Robert Eisel, Betty Elklns. 




Estel Estes, Eugenie F;iHiuiort'. Duns Faiilkiur, Ruth Fielding. Herman Fisher, Kathryn Fitzgerald. Betty Forner. 
Jack Porsythe, Wayne Franz, Reita Frederick. Burdette Frost. Edward Puller. Charles Furney, Lester Furney. 
Theodore Gage. Corrine Gainer, Florence Goll. Herbert Gardner. Marian Gardner, Mary Gaylord. Robert Geis. 
Martha George. Ernest Gialluca, James Ghent. Harry Gilcrest. Lotta Glover, Edgar Goodell. James Goshorn. 
Otto Graber, Charles Grenzebach, William Gressard. Marian Gruen, Carl Hageman, Robert Hall. Harold Hardy. 
Helen Hastings, Bernard Hauser, Mildred Heineman, Dorothy Hensel, Dorothy Heminger. Marian Hess, Violet Henry. 
Letha Heyse, Don Hill, Jeanne Hollander, Nancy Hollister, Ina Hoffman. Ruth Hooper, Margaret Housley. 
Frank Hovey. Lawrence Huber, Cecil Hubble, Prances Hutter, Prances Jones, Herman Jones, James Jones. 



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FRESHMEN 




Glen Jordon. Alice Joy. Juliet Joy. Alice Juringus. John Kalkas. Robert Katzenmeyer. Ruth Kick. 
Raymond Kiehl, Jeanette Knott, Arthur Konen. Esther Laird, Carmen Leonard, Esther Lee, Pearl Leeper. 
Jack Llneahan. Paul Linnane, Sue Lisko, Harry Lohr, Helen Lundeen, Leo Lutz. Ethel Maddock. 
Marian Maddock, Dohrman Maffett, Mary Manos, James Mathias. Jack Maurer, GuUan Melin. Ruth Mencer. 
William Messerly. Edgar McCormick. Helen McGuigan. Mary McKean. Mary Miller, Jay Miller, Ted Miller. 
Beckey Moats. Paul Mortimer, Edith Montecalvo, Mary Muir. Wilmer Munzenmayer, William Myler, Peter Nepodel. 
Vance O'Donnell, Clarice Ogan, Jeanette Olds, Irene Overholt. John Page. L. Wayne Pardee. Wilbur Pardee. 
Isabelle Parker. Laurel Parkinson. Helen Paserbevis. Werner Paul. David Pearson, Mariorie Peebles. Virginia Petty. 



FRE SHMEN 




Fred Phillips, Jane Poesse, Eleanor Rainey, Margaret Ratzenberger. Dudley Read. Gerald Rsad, Royal Reynolds. 

Lloyd Ribelin, Prank Ritchie, Christine Roberts, Ella Roberts, Claire Robinson, Homer Rowe. Sam Rufo. 

Arthur Ruggles, Violet Rundquist, Robert Rutherford, Nelson Salathe, Frank Saucic, Robert Sawyer. Henry Schriver. 

Paul Scribner, Jane Seager, Hester Season. Alfred See, Dorothy Shaw, Paul Shear, Jack Shields. 

Jack Sheron, Luella Siegrest, John Simpson, Ralph Slates. Fred Slama, Jane Smith, Elizabeth Snyder. 

Ruth Snyder. Flora Sprague, Hazel Starr. Kenneth Steele, John Steller, Charles Stevens. Jr., Herbert Stewart. 

Wedell Strtbley. Weley Stringer, Harold Stull, Lowenda Summervilte, Elsie Swan, Dorothy Sweany. Frank Taborsky. 

Lilyan Tipsic, Grace Titterington, Don Tramonte, Loris Troyer, William Trushell, Roxine Tullsen, Adalyn Turke. 



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FRESHMEN 




Robert Turner, Richard Tuttle. Clifford Tyler. Ruth Unkefer, Harold Vaughn, Dorothea Vlall. Robert Wampler. 
Madeline Walker. G. Wayne Wallace, Nadine Waters, Peter Wawrin. Helen Weaver. Dean Weichman, Virginia Weiher. 
Kermit Weisheit, James Werden, Ottmai Meyer, Bennett White, H. E. White. Paxton Whitmire, Ruth Whiltesey. 
LeRoy Widowski, Dorothy Wiegand, Louise Wiggs. Alice Wilcox. James Wilder, Kenneth Williams, NelUe Williams. 
Paul Wise. John Yant, Clinton Young, Earl Young. Sara Young, EfBe Mae Zednik, Mabel Zurcher, 
Eloise Zirkle, Virginia Aiken, Helen Amer. Navera Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Irene Atchison. Anna Babinchok. 
Helen Baldwin, Alta Bancroft, Elizabeth Barbe, Mary Barclay, Kathryn Barker, Ruth Basel, Marjorie L. Battles. 
Mary Bell, Stella Beradi, Arthur Berg, Kathryn Bird, Betty Bishop, James Bode, Kathryn Booth. 



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FRESHMEN 

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Agnes Bouga. Gerald Brittain, Graydou Bryan. Sally Caldwell. Evelyn Casper, Eileen Savanaugh. Georgia Chamberlain. 
Frank Chambers. Pauline Chesroun. Treva Chopin. Lucille Christen, Ruth Clark. Dorothy Cote. Ruth Cook. 
Grace Coppersmith. Hazel Cortu, Florence Coureth. Esther Coursen. Charlotte Courtright. Helen Creal. Dorothy Cross. 
Irene Crowo. Arline Cunningham, Mary Cunningham, Ethel Curry, Mary Curry. Jeanette Curtis. Ann Czupillo. 
Ellen Dabney. Marian Dales, Leota Davidson, Frances Day. Frances Mae Day. Kathryn Deem, Helen Denehy. 
Margaret Dennis. Annretta DeVore, Lucille Dickinson. Chas. Doan, Chas. Dobranetski, Ruth Donahue. Eleanor Dunbar. 
Josephine Dunn. Bertha DuPont, Mildred Easton, Eudora Ednie. Annabelle Elder. Pauline Eicker, Merle Eismon. 
Edna Evans, Ruth Ewald, Opal Ewell. Eleanor Pear. Eva Fisher, Frances Fisk. Frank Fox. 



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FRE SHMEN 








Alice Franklin, Charlotte Frazier. Carol Fredebough, John Friebely, Margaret Frock. Thelma Fritz. Roy Garrison. 

Margaret Gibola, Dorothy Genuske. Yolanda Gerbec, Sarah Giltz, Dorothy Glass. Opal Goddard. Isabelle Gosche. 

Frances Guedel, Jane Gugleman. John Gruszecki, George Hoch, Doris Hahlen, Helen Hall, Louise Hall. 

Laura Mae Hamill, Nerava Harsh, Dean Harrah, Lincoln Hederaan, La Rue Heffelman, H. H. Hensel, Helen Hires. 

Louise Hiss, Phyllis Hoffman, Irene Hudson, Irene Huffman, Betty Husted, Ruth Husted, Zella Ink. 

Betty Irwin, Maxine Isler, Evelyn Johnson, Irma Johnson, Louise Jolly, Vivian Jones, Mary Joyce. 

Magdalene Juszli, Anna Kain, Margaret Keeler, Kathryn Kenreich, Marian Kent. Dorothy Ketcham, Pred Kiedaisch. 

Kathryn King, Mary Kwinsky, Helen Kyttler, Edwin Lapp, Euphemia Lawson. Hazel Lipton, Dorothy Lostetler. 



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FRE SHMEN 




Thelma Louis. Venia Lupher, Evelyn Manley, Ina Mackey, C. A. De Marcki. Kathryn Marks. Ameha Mategka. 

John McCort, Isabelle McConnell. Lottie McKelvery, Kermit Merryman. Esther Miller, Irma Miller, Elizabeth Morford. 

Virginia Motz, Arvine Nichols. Joe Nuzum, Mildred O'Malley, Arietta Oakleaf. Ruth Packard. Louaine Pardee. 

Genevieve Parker, Mildred Patterson. Ruth Patterson, Mildred Peterson, Jane Ellen Plumb. Florence Poncheou. E-. ther Porter. 

Kathryn Pratsch, Claire Raible, Reva Randall, Virginia Raysor, Anna Reddy. Anne Ress. Thelma Richards. 

Roymonda Rotondo, Aileen Sayles, Emmy Schlott, Berdenn Schumacker, Levon Schumaker. Ruth Scott, Mary SculUan. 

Mary Louise Scully, Gerald Season, Maida Seeley. Alma Seibold. Lorna Senor. Paul Shivley. Ruth Shock. 

Helen Shoen, Emma Shoff, Martha Shotsinger, Charlotte Simberg. Margaret Smetts. Miriam Slayman. Dale Smith. 



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FRESHMEN 




Madeleine Smith. Martha Smith. Ehzabeth Snyder, Rosa Sperra. Olive Springborn. Rita Stadler. Gladys Stanley 
Harriet Steinmatz, Bernice Stenson. Lois Straight. Alice Straud. Lester Lundheimer. Dale Suttle. Margaret Swanson. 
Bernice Taber. Betty Thomas, Jane Thompson. Fred Toms. Wilson VanVoorhis. Aletha Vanguilder. Eleanor Varley. 
Olive Votaw, Hazel Walker, Margaret Wallace. Marian Wampler. Winifred Watrous. Volma Watson. Melva Weimer. 
Harold Wendelken, Eugene Weston. Velma Wertz. Betty White. Mary Agnes Whitley, Ruth Wyant. Alberta Williams. 
Ruth Williams. Virginia Williams, Pauline Wilson. Marguerite Wise, Winifred Wise. Marjorie Wiswell, Eva Witherall. 
Enid Woolcock. Lucille Workman, Frances Wright, Lucille Wright, Paul Wyles, Helen Yelichek, Eva Yoder. 
George Young, Mary Young, Ann Zipko, Helen Zurcher, Lois Zurcher. 




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d^rgani^ationsi 



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MUSIC 





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MR. VELIE DON HOUSLEY 

Men's Glee Club Pres. of the Glee Club 

Director 

THE MEN'S GLEE CLUB 
Officers 

Don Housley President 

Forrest Hawk Bus. Mgr. and Treas. 

Raymond Arnett Librarian 

Director . C. James Velie 

Accompanist . . .Francis Kinney 




THE MEN'S GLEE CLUB 



MUSIC 





MISS LITTLEJOHN 

Women's Glee Club 

Director 



MISS McCLAPLIN 

Men's Quartette 

Director 



Miss Littlejohn directs both The Women's Glee 
Club and the Mixed Chorus which are very large 
groups. Several interesting programs have been given 
by these organizations throughout the year and they 
have been well attended by the student body. 




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THE WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



MUSIC 




MR. METCALP 
Leader of the Band 
and the Orchestra 



Officers of the College Orchestra 

Student Conductors .... Arthur Burdette, Gordon 
Warner, Howard Spiller 

Secretaries Howard Spiller, Leota Butler 

Librarians Werner Paul, Francis Kinney 

Business Mgrs Arden Yockey, Harold Hardy 




THE COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 




MEN S QUARTETTE 

Fred Houston First Tenor 

Paul Strahl Second Tenor 

Ottmar Weyer Baritone 

Fred Bundy Bass 

THE COLLEGE BAND 

Officers 

Student Directors Arthur Burdett 

Howard Spiller 

Secretaries Howard Spiller, Leota Butler 

Librarians Ralph Deetz, Charles Evans 

Business Mgrs Forrest Hawk, Harvey Hardy 




THE COLLEGE BAND 




Some Tri-Sigs and their new home 



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CLUBS 



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Math Club 

Presidents: Duane Baker, Thomas Weaver; Sec.-Treas.: Lucile Price. 

Home Ec. Club 

President: Catherine Ciimmings; V. Pres.: Eunice Hines; Sec: Pauline Young; 
Treas.: Rutli Hooper. 

Kintergarden Primary Club 

Pres.: Gladys Moore; V. Pres.: Lois Akers; Sec: Mary Jane Weber; Treas.: 
Catherine Dingledine. 




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Glider Club 

Pres.: R. Wolcott; V. Pres.: R. Rutherford; Sec: H. Law; Treas.: E. Steigner. 



Y.M.C.A. 

Pres.: F. Williams; Advisors: Dr. Garrett: Dr. Coven. 

Madrigal Club 

Pres.: Aldeen Cox; V. Pres.: Arden Yockey; Sec: Evelyn Dick; Advisor: Miss 
Littlejohn. 




Off Campus Women's Club Officers 

Pres.: Vera Cochrane; V. Pres.: Helen Strum; Sec: Mary Sholtis; Treas.: Ruth 
Apley. 

History and Social Science Club 

Pres.: Joseph Nappi; V. Pres.: Ray Nesbit; Sec. -Treas.: Mrs. Bernice Taber. 

Y.W.C.A. 

Pres.: Gladys Morrice; V. Pres.: Fay Pasco; Sec: Esther Lee; Treas.: Arvilla Dean; 
Student Rep.: Alice Cobb; Faculty Advisor: Blanche A. Verder. 





BURYL V. f:ngleman glenwood oyster 

Advisor Editor 

THE KENT STATER 

Weekly Publication of Kent State College 

Editorial Staff 

Glenwood Oyster Editor 

Walter Seifert Assistant 

Charles Demian Sports Editor 

Thomas Walling Assistant 

Rosemary Price Society Editor 

Louis Fogg, John Watkins Columnists 



Reportorial Staff 



Alvin Bamberger 
Donald Barnes 
Robert Baumgardner 
Alice Borex 
Bernice Eippert 
William Few- 
Freda Galloway 
Jay Miller 
Audrey Moore 
Robert Peebles 
Marcella Rush 
Buryl F. Engleman, Adxisor 



Glenn Hazel 
David Hinman 
Kenneth Hissner 
Joe Kelly 
William Langell 
Marian Maddock 
Gullan Melin 
Jane Seager 
Harold Smith 
Alice Wilcox 
Mary Jane Fairchild 
Dorothy Bowers 



THE KENT STATER STAFF 




The Kent Stater is published each week throughout 
the summer and winter sessions of the school year by a 
staff selected by the editor and the faculty advisor. 

The editor and the assistant editor are appointed 
each year by the Faculty Committee on Publications 
and receive as compensation a small salary and free 
tuition. 

The majority of the staff is enrolled in journalism 
courses under Professor Engleman, who, besides being 
advisor to the Kent Stater, is also Head of the Journal- 
ism Department and Chairnian of the Faculty Com- 
mittee on Publications. 



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ARTHUR P. HOMMEL HERVEY B. STAHL 

Editor Business Manager 

THE 1933 CHESTNUT BURR 

Annual Publication of Kent State College 

Editorial Staff 

Arthur F. Hommel Editor 

Ann Tescher Assistant 

Joe Kelly Features 

Harold Law Organisations 

Rosemary Price Society 

Alvin Bamberger Men's Sports 

Katherine Kenney Sororities 

George Hall Fraternities 

Luella King Women's Sports 

Jay Miller Art 

Stephen King Snapshots 

Peter Cipriano 
Dorothy Bowers 
Bette Anderson 
Mary Jane Fairchild 



THE CHESTNUT BURR STAFF 










The Chestnut Burr Business Staff 

Hervey B. Stahl Business Manager 

John Wilson Assistant Bus. Mgr. 

Bill Langell Circulation Mgr. 

Helen Hoffman .Assistant Circulation Mgr. 

Paul James Advertising Mgr. 

Frank Ranney Assistant Adv. Mgr. 

Kenneth Myers Sales Manager 

Mary Lou Guillett Assistant Sales Mgr. 



The Chestnut Burr is published annually by Kent 
State College under the auspices of the Senior Class. 
The editor and business manager as well as the assist- 
ants are appointed each year by the Faculty Committee 
on Publications. 




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THE COLLEGE THEATRE 





E. TURNER STUMP 
Director of Dramatics 



JOHN WATKINS 
Manager, The College Theatre 



Officers of The College Theatre 

John Watkins Manager 

Stephen King Assistant 

Elma Van Wye Secretary 

Mary Irvin Treasurer 



Officers of Velvet Curtain Players 

Charles Atkinson President 

Joe Kelly Vice President 

Luella King Secy., Treas. 




VELVET CURTAIN PLAYERS 
HONORARY DRAMATIC SOCIETY 




College Theatre Productions 



"Lilliom" 

Leading Roles 

Martha Bouckey 
Laurel Parkinson 
Lois Whiteleather 



"Sunup" 

Leading Roles 

Jessie Hinds 
Albert Shambarger 
Luella King 



''Devil's Disciple" 

Leading Roles 

Jay Miller 
Dorothy Hensel 
Louis Fogg 



"Uncle Dudley" 

Leading Roles 

Winston R. Frost 
John Farinacci 
Margaret Dunkle 



VARSITY DEBATE 





KENNETH R. PRINGLE 
Debate Coach 



CHARLES ATKINSON 
Debate Captain 



The Men's Debate Squad 

Charles Atkinson, captain; Fred Bundy, Glenn Cowan, Winston 
Frost, Maynard Huene, Cyril Israel, Stephen King, Harold Law, 
Albert Muller, Kenneth Meyers, Ralph Riddle, Michael Spirtos, 
John Watkins, Maxwell Williams, Harold Williamson, John Page. 



The Men's Debate Teams participated in a non-decision debate 
with Oxford University of England and in debates with colleges of 
The Northeastern Ohio Conference and the Ohio Conference. Besides, 
Kent debators were entered in four tournaments, at Cleveland, 
Hiram, Grove Citv, Pa., and F~airmont, W. Va. 




The Varsity Men's Debate Squad 



VARSITY DEBATE 





LOIS K. WHITELEATHER 

Women's Debate 

Captain 



JOHN RITCHIE 
Orator 



The Women's Debate Squad 

Winner"s of the Ohio Women's Debate Conference 
Championship. 

Lois K. Whiteleather, Captain; Lucille Arnold, 
Josephine Cotman, Betty Grant, Audrey Hood, Bar- 
bara Ladd, Virginia Motz, Flora Jean Sprague, Neva 
Zuver. Mary Jane Manchester was Kent s Woman 
Orator. Neva" Zuver was the Extempore Speaker. 

Besides winning the championship, the several teams 
met unusual success in tournaments at Bowling Green, 
Grove City, Pa., and Fairmont, W. Va. 

Jessie Hinds won second place in the state contest 
in interpretation. 




The Varsity Women's Debate Squad 




Hi Kent! — Brunette or blond? 

In the center we have our 

Loud Speaker crew 



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STUDENT ADMINISTRATION 





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Inter-fraternity Council 

President : Charles Atkinson Secretary : Glenwood Oyster 

Members : Arthur Hommel Park Welton 

John Watkins Howard Hopper Victor Moore 

Kermit Taylor joe Kelly Don Cook 

Pan-Hellenic Council 

President : Helen Heyman Corres. Secretary : Helen Hoffman 

Rec. Secretary : Ethel Jones Treasurer: Freda Sturgill 




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STUDENT ADMINISTRATION 




Kent State Council 

President: 

Kermit Taylor 

Secretary; 

Katherine Kenny 

N4embers: 
Hervey Stahl 
Franklin Williams 
Walter Seifert 
Mary Sholtis 
Elizabeth Porter 
Dean Manchester 
Dean Verder 



Women's League 
Officers 

President ; 

Emily Farnham 
Vice President: 

Anne Kain 
Secretary: 

Mary Irvin 
Treasurer: 

\ irginia Motz 
Ad\'isor: 

Dean Verder 



Men's Union 
Committee 

Fall Chairman: 

C^ Ellett 
Fall Toastmaster: 

V. Utterback 
Winter Chairman: 

J. Nappi 
Winter Toastmaster: 

L, Fogg 
Spring Chairman: 

H, Law 
Spring Toastmaster: 

S. Fear 



■§- 



STUDENT ADMINISTRATION 




Executive Committee 
Of the College Social Committee 



Chairman 
Secretary 



.Joe Kelly 
.Miss Boswell 



Dean Verder 
Dean Manchester 
Mr. Johnson 
Mr. Musselman 
Mr. Pake 
Mr. Pringle 
Mr. B. F. Engleman 
Miss Hill 



Miss Swan 
Hervey Stahl 
Winston Frost 
Lucile Galloway 
Mary Irvin 
C. P. Furney 
Emily Farnham 
Eunice Hines 




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William Disbro Walter Curtiss 
Louis Fogg Richard Eickelberry 


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Alton Schopfer Secretary 


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Stephen King Treasurer 


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Leonard Baker Rex Baughman 
Delbert Cline Robert Baumgardner 
John Converse Robert Beck 
Charles Demian Robert Bogenrief 
William De Weese Wayne Burkey 
Byrne De Weese James Craig 
John Drew Glenn Cowan 


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Seymour Fear James Goshorn 


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Russel Filson William Gressard 


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Joseph Nappi Treasurer 

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Arthur Caniglia Robert Eisel 

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Samuel Cipnano 
Peter Cipriano Earnest Gialluca 


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Albert DeLeone „ 
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John Gidley Ray Diller 


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Francis Green 

Ross Hoy Donald Cassler 

Guy larrussi 

Edward Kincaid 


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ALPHA PH I BETA 






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Founded 1931 




Officers 

Park Welton President 

Howard Hopper Vice President 

Russell Cover Secretary 

Charles Poole . . . . Treasurer 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Donald Alderman - Joseph Barker 

Duane Baker James Bode 

Dale Bowman Gahn Hostetler 

Frank Chambers Ralph Williams 

Earl Cooley Herman Jones 

Chester Dunlavy Steve Zboray 

Louis Eggerer Clayton Alden 

Lower Kellogg Hubert Hensel 

Virgil Utterback Michael Spirtos 

Franklin Williams Herbert Stewart 
Leonard Wise 
Arden Yockey 
Arlie Hickman 




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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 










Founded at Virginia State Teachers College, 1898 
Alpha Beta Chapter Founded at Kent, 1925 




Officers 

Mary Irvin President 

Helen Woolsey V. President 

Mabel Law Secretary 

LaVerne Bail Treasurer 

Jane Quinn Cor. Secretary 

Martha George Sentinel 

Miss Mona Fletcher Advisor 

ACTIVES Sara Heburn 

Lois Akers Nancy Hollister 

Iris Applehans Evelyn Johnson 

Aldeen Cox Dorothy Landers 

Emily Farnham ^^^V 5^?"°^ 

Janet Holt Mary Miller 

Ethel Jones Jf.a". P'ttaway 

Mary Moorman y,""^'"'^ ^"^"o" • , 

Dorothy Seidel ¥,^''^^^. °- ^T"'' 

Florence Puncheon ?J^''J°'''^ Snyder 

Margaret Swanson Hilda Spaethe 

Vera Cochran gva Witheral 

Bertha Dupont L""''^,S,}'^°^. 

Mary Ellen Young 

PLEDGES Virginia Raysor 

Alta Bancroft Frances Hutter 

Ruth Basel Esther Coursen 

Harriet Blake Anne Reis 

Pauline Cutwright Alice Wilcox 

Frances Day Neva Watkins 

Eleanor Dunbar Laura Mae Hammel 



PH I EPS I LON 





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Founded at Kent, 1925 




ACTIVES 

Helen Heyman-Pres. 



PLEDGES 

Pearl Leeper 
Mildred Lipkowitz 
Charlotte Simberg 
Betty White 
Advisor-Dr. Schafheitlen 



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DELTA SIGMA EPSILON 









Founded at Miami University, 1914 
Tau Chapter Founded at Kent, 1926 



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Officers 

Ruth Reichard President 

Arlein Brown V, President 

Luella King Secretary 

Claudia Clevenger Treasurer 

Alice Laird Cor. Secretary 

Helen Hoffman Chaplain 

Helen Dunstan Sgft. at Arms 

Thelma Weiss Historian 

Elma Van Wye Study Chair. 

Miss Bachman Advisor 

Ruth Donahue 
ACTIVES Betty Forner 

_ J ^, , Dorothy Genuske 

Edythe Avery ^^^-^ ^ahlen 

Mary Lou GuiUet Esther Laird 

Agnes Carpenter q^j^^ jj^jj^ 

Henrietta Holm p^^^ gnyder 

Gertrude Teter 
PLEDGES Ruth Husted 

Virginia Aiken Betty Husted 

Romaine Caldwell Irene Huffman 

Helen Denehey Betty Warren 




Officers 

Bette Anderson President 

Freda Sturgill V. President 

Dorothy Bowers Secretary 

Laurel Hanley Treasurer 

Winifred Schram Registrar 

Louaine Schram . Chaplain 

Mary Jane Fairchild Editor 

Miss Ada Hyatt Advisor 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Marian Dales Eilene Castetter 

Florence Flower Ethel Curry 

Harriet Franklin Ruth Ewald 

Bonnie Hart Elizabeth Green 

Katherine McFarland Jeanne Hollander 

Rosemary Price Juliet Joy 

Betty Randle Irene McKeal 

Emmy Schlott Marjorie Schlott 

Freda Sturgill l?"^ Smith 

T3 .. TD- u Madelme Walker 

Betty Bishop ^j j^;^ ^^.^^^ 

Helen Strum j^^^ p^^^^g 

Marjone Breymaier Marian Maddock 

Marianne Wampler Helen McGuigan 

Dorothy Landis Anne Zepko 

Elmore Miller Louise Jolly 

FACULTY MEMBERS 
Miss McClaflin Miss Sublette 



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Officers 

Martha Durbin President 

Ethel Klesa Vice President 

Ruth Joy Secretary 

Nadine Schumacker Treasurer 

Marcella Rush Editor 

Miss Boswell Advisor 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Ehzabeth Davis Dorothy Gamble 

Nancy Flynn Dorothy Glass 

June Harrison Garaldine Quimby 

Evelyn Keifer Adalaide Turk 

Maxine Palmer Ella May Butler 

Helen Schwemler Marian Cole 

Mary Perkins Evelyn Dick 

Francis Fisk 
Christine Roberts 
Lorraine Seckle 
Elizabeth Trout 



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PI DELTA THETA 




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Founded at Kent, 1926 




Officers 

Ruth Loomis President 

Alice Borex Vice President 

Helen Borex Secretary 

Pauline Stonehill Treasurer 

Audrey Moore Chaplain 

Miss Bass Advisor 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Gladys Bell Dorothy Clark 

Louise Hamilton Zella Ink 

Miriam Starkey Grace Coppersmith 

Dorothy Jackson Alice Juringus 

Thelma Stenger Claire Roeble 

Avis Copeland Teanette Van Fleet 

Ruth Owings 

Tilly Gaytos 




Officers 

Mildred Pyle President 

Eunice Hines Vice President 

Marie Fisher Secretary 

Ella Walker Treasurer 

Mary Jane Manchester Cor. Secretary 

Lois Williams Chaplain 

Regina Stam Historian 

Catherine Kenney Custodian 

Miss Harriet Adams Advisor 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Martha Bouckey Mary Barclay 

Lucille Jacobs Mary Curry 

Florence Jenkins Betty Garber 

Jeanette Lewis Audrey Hood 

Laurabelle Owen Anne Kain 

Mildred Reiber Helen Lundeen 

Janet Knott Virginia Motz 

Ruth Collier Mary Lou Scullion 

Antoinette Vetrano Hester Season 

Wilda Belle Bosch Olive Springborn 

Sula Neale Lucile Walsh 

Lucille Tarr Corrine Gainer 

Pauline Wilde 

Virginia Bailey 

Margaret Yoder 

Josephine Evans 

Ruth Whittlesey 



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PI KAPPA SIGMA 




Founded at Ypsilanti, Mich., 1894 
Kent Chapter Founded, 1926 



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Officers 

Lucile Gallaway President 

Ruth Bamhart Vice President 

Maxine Charlton Rec. Secretary 

Geneveive McNeil Treasurer 

Betty Kelly , Press Agent 

J Sgt at Arms 
Lois Cunningham \ Cq^. Editor 

, Keeper of Archives 
Harriet Wilson j Cor Secretary 

Helen Jane Smith 

Miss Broadbent Advisor 

PLEDGES 

Kathryn Barker 

Elizabeth James 

Helen Weaver 

Jeanette Dawnson 

Lucile Arnold 

Ruth Kukuk 

Naudine Water 

Merle Eismon 




Gladys Apley President 

Gladys Heinlen Vice President 

Florence Turk Secretary 

Ethel Etling Treasurer 

Ruth Apley Cor. Sec'y- 

Miss Nixon \ Faculty Advisors 

Miss Kmneman < 

ACTIVES Mary Anna Whitecotton 

Bernice Eippert Nellie Williams 

Jessie Hinds Pauline Young 

Esther Lee 

Leota Leyda wnrwt; 

Irene Puffer PLEDGES 

Ruth Puffer Ferol Buton 

Mary Sholtis Freda Galloway 

Martha Taylor Katherine Garvin 

Martha Ann Holbrook Helen Hastings 

Lena Huff Anna Laura Kerr 

Dorothy Kenty Alphoretta Kirk 

Ethel Maurer Margaret Lesher 

Gladys Morrice Annetta Ogg 

Irene Stadler Lucile Price 

Lelah Straight Gertrude Quirk 

Lois Dene Straight Wilda Strausser 

Ruth Watkins Helen Vaughn 



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ALPHA P SI OMEGA 




National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 



Beta Psi Cast 




Founded fW^M^ 1929 

Mary Jane Manchester Director 

Stephen King Playwrite 

Lois Whiteleather Business Mgr. 

Don Housley Chaplain 

WiUiam Langell Prompter 

Maynard Huene Dale White 

Mildred Pyle Arthur Hommel 

Louise Hamilton Miss Florence Sublette 

Prof. E. Turner Stump Advisor 



BLUE KEY 




National Honorary Men's Fraternity 



Founded at 



Kent, 1932 



Joe Kelly President 

James Shelly Vice President 

Glenn Oyster Rec. Secretary 

Franklin Williams Cor. Secretary 

Maynard Huene Treasurer 

Kermit Taylor Sarg. at Arms 

Charles Atkinson Victor Moore 

William Disbro Harry Rutter 

Louis Fogg Hervey Stahl 

Winston Frost John Watkins 

Arthur Hommel Park Welton 

Don Housley Dale White 

Stephen King Clayton Alden 
Francis Kinney 

Prof. Chester E. Satterfield Advisor 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
President James O. Engleman 
Dean R. E. Manchester 



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Honorary Journalistic Fraternity 



Founded 



1926 



Joe Kelly President 

Glenn Oyster Vice President 

Hervey Stahl Sec.-Treas. 



Leonard Baker 
Charles Demian 

Prof. Buryl Engleman 



Arthur Hommel 
Ann Tescher 



Advisor 



Prof. Eric Griebling 





KAPPA GAMMA 

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National Honorary Forensic Fraternity 
Alpha Chapter 



Founded 




1932 



Charles Atkinson President 

Ralph Riddle Vice President 

Maxwell Williams Secretary 

Audrey Hood Treasurer 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Clayton Alden Lucille Arnold 

Frederick Bundy Jessie Hinds 

Peter Cipriano Mary Jane Manchester 

Donald Cook John Ritchie 

Glenn Cowan Michael Spirtos 

Winston R. Frost Flora Sprague 
Arthur Hommel 

«^^^m"t^'"^ Prof. E. Turner Stump, Advisor 

Harold Law p ^ Kenneth R. Pringle 

Virgmia Motz " 

Albert Muller 

John Watkins HONORARY MEMBERS 

Lois Whiteleather Dr. James O. Engleman 

Neva Zuver Dean Blanche A. Verder 

Prof. H. A. Cunningham 
Prof. Mona Fletcher 
Prof. Elmer Meyer 




Emily Farnham President 

Charlotte Honberger Vice President 

Marion Lostetter Treasurer 

Donald Peck Secretary 

ACTIVES PLEDGES 

Harold Schamp John Ryzner 

Louaine Schram Allan Ensminger 

Winifred Schram June Harrison 

Nadine Schumacker Jean Pittaway 

Buell Stringer 

Antoinette Vetrano HONORARY MEMBERS 

Janet Jones ,,. „ ■ ^ a j 

Miss Harriet Adams 

Miss Nina Humphrey 
Miss Mary K. Boswell, Advisor 



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SI GM A DELTA NU 




Honorary Music Sorority 



Founded 1932 



Aldeen Cox President 

Lelah Straight Vice President 

Evelyn Dick Treasurer 

Martha Reimer Secretary 

Geraldine Quimby Historian 

Miss Elfleda Littlejohn Advisor 



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Honorary Music Fraternity 
Founded 1932 

Forrest Hawk President 

Paul Strahl Vice President 

Howard Spiller ■ . . Sec.-Treas. 

Arthur Burdett Historian 

Prof. Roy D. Metcalf Advisor 

Francis Kinney 
Arden Yockey 

HONORARY MEMBER 
Prof. C. James Velie 




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VARSITY ATHLETICS 




JOE BEGALA 

Assistant Football Coach 

Wrestling 

Tennis 




"GUS" PETERKA 
Freshman Coach 




MERLE WAGONER 

Head Coach, Football, 

Basketball, Baseball 




JOHN WILSON 



Athletic Managers 
SMITH LINE AUSTIN GRUBB 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 
Football Season Review 




When the Kent State College foot- 
ball team wound up its 1931 schedule 
with three impressive victories after 
losing its first four contests, the out- 
look for 1932 brightened. But when 
the 1932 season finally ended, the 
Golden Flashes found themselves at 
the bottom of the Ohio Conference 
ladder, with the seemingly incredible, 
and totally unimpressive record of five 
defeats and two scoreless ties. To add 
to the irony of the situation, Kent was 
unable to score a single point through 
the course of the schedule, while the 
opposition ran its total up to 80 points. 

Sports followers of the Flashes are of the opinion that Coach Merle 
Wagoner's eleven displayed the poorest brand of football imaginable, 
and that the team did not play its best. While this is true to a certain 
extent, those who saw all of the games were impressed by the fight 
which the Flashes put up, no matter how great the odds were against 
them. 

To the average student, the only thing that saved Kent from total 
disgrace was the scoreless tie with Akron U. After dropping their 
first three games at home, Kent took to foreign territory, starting off 
with the Zippers. .-Xlthough the Flashes were slated to lose, they 



JIM SHELLY 
Football Captain 




VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 



FOOTBALL 




WOLFE 
Halfback 



DISBRO 
Halfback 



played the part of the underdog, and left the field with a moral vic- 
tory. Their fight was evident, since they held repeatedly when Akron 
threatened to score, but more impressive is the fact that they held a 
team which was heavier, 12 pounds to the man on the line and 24 
pounds in the backfield. 

The season opened with Hiram's Terriers upsetting the Wagon- 
erites, 6 to 0, for Kent's first defeat on Rockwell field after three 
seasons with no losses on the local grid. The victory took with it the 
mythical Portage County collegiate title. 

The next week Otterbein invaded Rockwell field, and was expected 
to win easily. But the Flashes were improved, and appeared a great 




DUNLAVY 

Center 



TABORSKY 
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NICHOLSON 
End 



FOOTBALL 




RICE 
Quarterback 



LITTLEPAGE 
Fullback 



deal more organized as they held the Westervile aggregation on even 
terms for nearly three quarters. But a blocked punt, immediately 
followed by a touchdown, completely shattered the morale of the 
Flashes, and two lengthy runs gave Otterbein two additional tallies 
for a final score of 19 to 0. 

The Blue and Gold lost their third game of the season at honie the 
following week as Baldwin-Wallace trampled over the locals, 21 to 0. 
However, the Bereans scored all their points in the first half, and 
throughout the second half Kent outplayed their heavier opponents. 

The sensational scoreless tie against Akron followed the Baldwin- 
Wallace game, breaking the jin.x which had always meant defeat by 




SHELLY 
Tackle 



FOOTBALL 




CANIGLIA 
Tackle 



CIPRIANO 
Tackle 



NAPPI 
Guard 



the Zippers in the past. In this game the line showed up exceptionally 
well, constantly breaking through on both the offense and defense, 
and holding Akron three times within the five-yard marker and four 
other times inside the 25-yard stripe. 

Playing under the arc lights in Cleveland s new Municipal stadium 
only meant another defeat for the Flashes, this time a 28 to set-back 
by John Carroll. 

The next week at Columbus, Kent held the favored Fighting 
Lutherans of Capit^TU. to a scoreless deadlock; but had the Flashes 
played "heady" football instead of throwing futile forward passes, 
they might have been able to discard the title of "scoreless wonders". 




HOUSLEY 
End 



FLOWERS 
End 



FOOTBALL 



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K. TAYLOR 
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LANDIS 
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Ashland wound up Kent's disastrous schedule by trimming the 
Blue and Gold, b to 0, in a ragged punting duel that featured the 
Homecoming program on the Kent campus. However, Kent's men 
were still in there fighting, just as they had been doing all season, but 
the fact that Ashland had one of the strongest, heaviest, and most 
impenetrable lines encountered by the Flashes all season kept the 
fighting spirit from the eyes of the average fan. 

Coach Wagoner will lose several lettermen this year, but he will 
have many veterans available next fall, as well as an abundance of 
material from the 1932 Freshman squad. The lettermen who will 
not return include: Bill Disbro, Larry Nicholson, Jim Shelly, Kerm 
Taylor, ""Major " Hinkle, and Don Housley. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD 



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FOOTBALL 



1932 Football Record 



K. 


Opponent 





Hiram 





Otterbein 





Baldwin-Wallace 





Akron U. 





John Carroll 





Capital 





Ashland 



Op. 

6 

19 

21 



28 



6 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

Coach Gus Peterka, in his first season as freshman 
football mentor, was met by a squad of b5 yearlings, 
most of whom remained in the group for the whole fall 
training period. Coach Peterka was greatly pleased 
with the faithful, willing, conscientious, "willing to 
help" spirit which was present during the regular 
practice sessions. Scrimmage was frequently held with 
the varsity and with Kent State High School. 

It is expected that many of the 1932 freshman team 
will furnish the varsity with a wealth of trained ma- 
terial when another season rolls around. 




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BASKETBALL 



^^•l^^^ I Basketball Season Review 

JPHI^^ ! Kent's 1932-1933 basketball team 

Y l^P i suffered a poor season, winning only 4 

/»^ ■ W 1 games out of 15 and ending up just 

two steps out of the cellar in the Ohio 
Conference standings. But the schedule 
was not without its highlights. The real 
sensation of the season undoubtedly 
was Al De Leone's long, arched shot 
as the final whistle sounded in the first 
Baldwin-Wallace game at Berea, a shot 
which enabled the Golden Flashes to 
defeat Baldwin-Wallace, 26-25, and 
thus snap a seventeen game losing 
streak. It looked as though the Flashes had completely gotten out 
of their slump as Fenn, which had previously defeated Kent, was 
set back 3 1-23 in the next game ; but once again a losing streak devel- 
oped, this time for four games. Then Hiram was defeated 28-27 as 
Joey Carl kept his eye on the basket in the critical minutes. After 
losing the next game to John Carroll, Kenyon lost to the Flashes 40- 
30 for the fourth and final Kent win. 



JOE CARL 
Basketball Captain 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 



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BASKETBALL 



H 



r^BflP. 



% 



DE LEONE 
Guard 



lARUSSI 
Center 



GERIG 

Guard 



Heidelberg opened the season, winning 31-19. Then Akron U.'s 
classy Zippers showed themselves too strong and again Kent lost, 
36-16. A visit to Cleveland brought another defeat, 33-29, as missed 
fouls by Kent pres;nted victory to Fenn. Along came Marietta to 
make it 17 straight losses for Kent. 

Then came the upset over Baldwin-Wallace. De Leone's long shot 
and the total of 19 points between Carl and Gerig featured the con- 
test. These two sharpshooters scored 18 the following week as Fenn 
was stopped in a return game. 

Once again numerous missed foul shots spelt defeat for the b lashes, 
this time by Kenyon, 36-33. Then along came the powerful Mt. 
Union quintet, and Kent put up the best fight of the season, despite 
Mount's high conference ranking, before being subdued, 42-27, 

Muskingum and Baldwin-Wallace won from Kent as the Flashes 
failed to convert numerous fouls. Following the victory over Hiram, 
Kent lost to John Carroll 38-27 at Cleveland, but then came back to 



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STRAHL 
Forward 



NICHOLSON 
Forward 



KLING 
Center 



DE WEESE 
Forward 



run up its highest score in two years as Kenyon lost its return en- 
gagement, 40-30. 

Hiram evened the series with Kent by winning 37-27 in a game 
marked by wild throws and frequent misses on the part of both teams. 
Carroll ended the disastrous season by winning a second game from 
Kent, 3b-29 in a last minute spurt. 

Joey Carl, although he missed the opening game, was high indi- 
vidual scorer for the season with 4b goals and 27 fouls for 1 19 points. 
Of these 101 were scored in Conference games. De Leone was second 
with t)5, closely followed by Corxin Gerig with bO. 

The varsity team was composed of Joey Carl and Al Losito or 
Byrne "Doc" De Weese at forward ; Guy larussi, center; .Al De Leone 
and Cor\in Gerig guards. George Kling alternated with larussi or 
one of the guards. Other reserves included Frank Ranney, Russ 
Filson, Paul Strahl, and Larry Nicholson. Carl and Nicholson are 
the members of the squad who will be lost from ne.xt year's team by 
graduation. 



BASKETBALL 




LOSITO 

Forward 



FILSON 
Guard 



RANNEY 
Forward 



K. 

19 
16 
29 
18 

*26 

*31 
33 
27 
25 
24 

*28 
27 

*40 
27 
29 



1932-1933 Basketball Record 

Opponent Op. 

Heidelberg 31 

Akron U. 36 

Fenn 33 

Marietta 37 

Baldwin-Wallace 25 

Fenn 23 

Kenyon 36 

Mt. Union 42 

Muskingum 30 

Baldwin-Wallace 26 

Hiram 27 

John Carroll 38 

Kenyon 30 

Hiram _, ., 37 
John Carrol! :,'•',•. 36 



^Won 



Won 4, Lost 1 1 . Pet. 267 



BASKETBALL 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

Coach Gus Peterka divided the 21 members of his freshman basket- 
hall squad, who survived the cut from the original 54 candidates, into 
four teams, with each taking turns in scrimmage against the varsity. 

The freshman also played several preliminaries to home varsity 
games, including contests with various intramural teams. 

An excellent spirit was prevalent throughout the season, and mem- 
bers of the squad who return next year should put up a good fight for 
varsity berths. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD 




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VARSITY 
WRESTLING 



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Coach 

JOE BEGALA 

Former Ohio State 

Champion 




Captain 
ELMER DUNLAVY 

Twice-crowned 
Champion of Ohio 



After losing to Ohio State in the opening match of the 1933 season, 
Coach Joe Begalas Golden Flash wrestlers went through the remain- 
ing eight meets undefeated and then went on to win five state cham- 
pionships. 

Ohio State took a 19 to 13 decision back to Columbus, after win- 
ning the meet in the final (heavyweight) bout. Two one-sided 
victories, over Fenn and Case followed before Ohio University, Coach 




VARSITY WRESTLING SQUAD 



WRESTLING 




state Champion 
TABORSKY 125 lbs. 



GLATZER 
135 lbs. 



Begalas alma mater, was met. It was a case of student x'ersus master, 
with the student handing Thor Olsen, the master, his first defeat by 
an Ohio College in fifteen years, and incidentally the first defeat of 
the year, and the first by any Kent team since mat relations between 
Ohio U. and Kent were begun several years ago. 





state Champion 
MILLER, 135 lbs. 



LITTLEPAGE 
155 lbs. 



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WRESTLING 



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state Champion 
RINALDI, Heavyweight 



SHELLY 
175 lbs. 



State Champion 
LUKENS. 165 lbs. 



Fenn was again defeated handily. Then came the invasion by two 
Pennsylvania teams, Waynesburg and Washington and Jefferson, 
both being sent back east with decisive defeats. 

The intercollegiate season wound up with the Blue and Gold outfit 
taking a road trip into New York State and defeating Mechanics 
Institute of Rochester and Alfred U. The final meet of the schedule 
was a 30 to shut-out triumph for the Bagalamen, a fitting finale for 
the most successful season of wrestling in the history of Kent. 



MILLER AND GLATZER 

wrestled for the 135 lb. 

state championship at Case 



SCOTT 
145 lbs. 



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WRESTLING 

1933 Ohio Inter-Collegiate Wrestling Champions 
From Kent State College 

125 lb. Joseph Taborsky ^• 
135 lb. Eldred Miller 
155 lb. Elmer Dunlavy 
165 lb. Clive Lukens 
Hea\'y\veight Joseph Rinaldi 
Coach Joe Begalas Blue and Gold wrestlers won five out of eight 
Ohio Inter-collegiate wrestling championships in the annual title 
bouts at the Case School of .Applied Science. Cleveland, on Friday 
and Saturday, March 17 and 18. Four second places and two thirds 
were also included in the array of honors brought back by the team 
of 14 entrants. 

Kent virtually stole the spotlight, with two of the final bouts being 
between two Flash grapplers. Miller defeated "Shorty" Glatzer in 
the 135 lb. division, while Dunlavy pinned Jay Littlepage in the 155 
lb. class. Second places were also taken by Merle Baker in the 145 
lb. class and David Alden in the 118 lb. group. Joe Gettrust and Art 
Caniglia took third in the 145 and \b5 lb. classes respectively. 

Both Dunlavy and Lukens remained undefeated for the season by 
winning the titles in their respective classes, Dunlavy scoring his 
eleventh consecutive fall of the year in ele\en bouts when he won the 
final. 

Case won the other three championships, in the 1 18, 145, and 175 
lb. di\'isions. 






"Champ" Lukens shows Scott a hold 



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VARSITY WRESTLING RECORD 



K.S.C. 




Opp^t 


13 




Ohio State U. 


19 


29 




Fenn 


3 


29 




Case 


3 


19 




Ohio U. 


13 


2b 




Fenn 


6 


26 




Waynesburg (Pa.) 


8 


27 




Wash. & Jeff. 


3 


22 




Mechanics Inst. 


8 


30 




Alfred U. 







Won 8, Lost 1 , Pet- 


.889 



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BASEBALL 




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1932 VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD 



Varsity Baseball 1932 Record 



K.S.C. 








Opp't. 


18 


Hiram 






2 


9 


Akron 






10 





Wooster 






1 


21 


Hiram 






3 


6 


Ashland 






5 


9 


Akron 






11 


9 


Fenn 






8 


5 


Wooster 






b 




Won 4, Lost 4. 


Pct- 


^.500 





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BOXING 




BOXING CLASS 



A regular boxing class was instituted for the first time this year 
"Bud " Conley, who has boxed in the Golden Gloves Tournament at 
Cleveland and with the American Legion Post of Kent, coached the 
class. 



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GYMNASTICS 




THE 1933 VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM 



474 

875 

873 

843 
942 






Varsity Gym Team Record 
K.S.C. Opponent Op. 

5 Germania Turners 592 . 7 

7 Akron U. 825.5 

Akron Turners 904 

; Akron U. 804 

i Akron Y.M.CA. 608 

Akron U. 798 

Akron Turners 954 

The first varsity gym team in the history of Kent State College, 
coached by Prof. George J. Altmann, was well supported by an 
enthusiastic student body. Five dual meets were held, with Kent 
winning two. In addition, the Golden Flashes won a triangular meet 
with Akron U. and the Akron Y.M.C.A. team. 

On March 28 the Germania Turnverein Vorwaerts of Cleveland 
gave an exhibition in Willis gymnasium, assisted by Burns, Glatzer 
and McKay of the Kent team. This exhibition drew a full gallery 
which gave ample proof that interest in gym work is rapidly growing 
and that the gym team is destined to become one of the features of 
Kent's athletic program. 

Among those performing for the Turners were Hennig, Olympic 
champion club swinger of 1904 and champion of the National Amer- 
ican Gym Union for the last fifteen years, and Carter, state high 
school champion tumbler. 

Four members of the Kent State squad received their varsity 
letters, including Robert Burns, Charles "Shorty" Glatzer, Eldred 
Miller and Victor Moore. 



Ml 

Officers 

James Shelly President 

Lawrence Gatchell Vice-President 

Louis Fogg Secretary 

Donald Housley Social Chairman 



Varsity Cheer-Leaders 

Much credit is due the two cheerleaders who came 
out early in the fall and stayed out through the basket- 
ball season trying their best to lead the student body 
to cheer their losing teams. It was a difficult job but 
they did their part well. 



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1^ 

THE CHEERLEADERS 
"Red" James "Jo" Cotman 



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INTR A-MUR ALS 




Cross-Country 

Won by 

Tie between 

Kappa Sigma Chi 

and 
Delta Phi Sigma 



Simpson, KVIK 
Individual winner 



Horseshoes 

Won by 
Kappa Mu Kappa 

Volleyball 

\( on by 
Kappa Sigma Chi 




Basketball Gymn Meet 

Won by Kappa Mu Kappa Won by Delta Phi Sigma 

(lower) 

Handball Swimming 

Tie between Won by 

Delta Phi Sigma and Barbarians 
Sigma Tau Gamma 




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WOMEN'S SPORTS 





MRS. APPLE 



MISS BASS 




MISS DREW 




OMEGA PHI DELTA 
Honorary Physical Ed. Sorority, Founded. April 1932 



WOMEN'S SPORTS 



c^, f] r\^^ on^r) 





Dimmit Mi MMi^mL^M li*^*^**^^'^ ^ 



THE SHARK CLUB 




ORCHESIS 
Interpretative Dancing Group 



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BOARD OP SPORT'S MANAGERS 



WOMEN'S SPORTS 




W.A.A. BOARD "K" GIRLS INDIVIDUAL 

SPORTS WINNERS 



Members of the W.A.A. Board 



Helen Dunstan 
Marie Hyde Apple 
Ruth Bass 



Gwendolyn Drew 
Margaret Schmid 
Margaret Acken 



Ruth Barnhart 



WOMEN'S SPORTS 





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W.A.A. HOCKEY TEAM SOCCER TEAM 

The Women's Athletic Association was organized in May, 1928. 
The chief function of the organization is sponsoring individual and 
competitive team sports for women students. 

Officers 

President Helen Dunstan 

V. President Ruth Barnhart 

Secretary Margaret Schmid 

Treasurer Margaret .\cken 




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"Al" Losito and "Walt" Taylor, 

Center; "Ginny" Marsh, much-dated campus coed from the Delta 
Sig House. 



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MISS KENT STATE 




Miss Lois Dene Straight 

Selected by Earl Carroll for 
the 1933 Miss Kent State Title 



HOMECOMING QUEEN 




Miss Dorothy Bowers 

Elected by the Student Body to 
preside at the Fall Homecoming 



■$■ 



MOST POPULAR WOMEN 




These coeds were selected as "most popular" by their respective organizations. 



Winifreda Schram 
Alpha Sigma Alpha 



Helen Jane Smith 
Pi Kappa Sigma 



Mary Sholtis 
Phi Alpha Alpha 
Mildred Lipkowitz 
Phi Epsilon 

Harriet Blake 
Lowry Hall 



Eunice Hines 
Alpha Sigma Tau 
Pauline Stonehill 
Pi Delta Theta 



Luella King 

Delta Sigma Epsilon 

Martha Durbin 
Theta Sigma Upsilon 
Mary Irvin 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Anne Ress 
Moulton Hall 




KERMIT TAYLOR 
Kappa Mu Kappa 



CHARLES ATKINSON 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



JOE CARL 
Kappa Sigma Chi 



These men were chosen as "most pop- 
ular" by their respective organizations. 



.lAMES SHELLY 
Delta Phi Sigma 




PARK WELTON 
Alpha Phi Beta 



RUNNERS UP TO MISS KENT STATE 






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MISS KENNEY 



MISS WALKER 




MISS HOLLANDER 




MISS COOK 




These five girls were awarded second places by 
Earl Carroll in the Miss Kent State Contest. 




iibbertiiSing 



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PROGRESS 

To depart from the usual — To per- 
fect Experiments in the process — 
To \'isualize the impossible — But 
above all to render an ideal service 
— Has e\'er been the purpose be- 
hind Chestnut Burr achievement. 
Whether this purpose has been 
realized we shall leave it to you 
to decide. 



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A HIGH TYPE OF 

PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 



DRUGS 

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TOBACCOS 

MAGAZINES 

STATIONERY 




KODAKS 

FOUNTAIN 
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RENTING 

LIBRARY 



%W 7" HEN a prescription is written and it comes to us to l)e filled, you 
have the assurance that the quantities will cont'oini exactly to the 
written specifications: and that the quality of the ingredients «ill con- 
form to the unwritten — but nevertheless implied — desire of your doctor. 



Hale B. Thompson 

PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 
AND DRUG STORE 

MAIN AND WATER STREETS 
KENT, OHIO 

TELEPHONES 150-151 



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Kent's Newest 

and 

Smartest 

Restaurant 



THE 
CAPTAIN BRADY 

Main and Lincoln St. 



THE CITY BANK 

115 S. Water St. 
KENT, OHIO 



Interest Paid on Stivings Accounts 



DIRECTORS 

M. G. Garrison H. H. Line 

B. J. Williard D. L. Rockwell 

Henry Horning M. L. Davey 

E. r. Garrison 



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Service 
Courtesy 



Efficiency 
Quality 



S. C. Bissler & Son 

SPECIAL FURNISHINGS 
FOR FRATERNITY AND 
SORORITY HOMES, IN- 
CLUDING 

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Complete Home Furnishers 
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Corner Main and River Streets 

Telephone 530 

KENT, OHIO 



With the CompHments of 

The 

Rohner Paper Co. 
Akron, Ohio 

Complete Line of 
School Items 
Janitor's Supplies 
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Burr, Patterson 
& Aukl Co. 



Badges and Pledge 

Insignia for all 

Fraternities and 

Sororities 



Newest Creations 

in Rings, Fraternity Jewelry, 

Gifts and Favors 



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1808 N. High St. 
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IMPERIAL 

Dry Cleaning Co. 

Portage County's Oldest 

Largest and Best 
Cleaning Establishment 

113 N. Water Street 

Kent National Bank Bldg. 

KENT, OHIO 



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RICHARDS 
FLOWER SHOP 

1312 North Mantua Street 
PHONE 74 



Where Florestry is an Art, 
Not Merely A Business 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

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COMPANY 

142 NORTH WATER ST. 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

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North River St. 
PHONE 341 



Complete Cleaning of Homes 

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IF A BOY LIKES A GIRL 



That's HIS Business 




If a Girl likes a Boy 
That's HER Business 



If They have a Date 

That s THEIR Business 
BUT — 
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That's OUR Business 

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OLDE ENGLAND — FROM THE OUT- 
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ALL WHO ENTER ITS INVITING DOOR- 
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THOUGH THEY WERE WITH GOOD FRIENDS— which indeed they are 

TliEC€EINH€€E) 




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GOLF — TENNIS — BASEBALL 

Get It at Akron s Largest Sporting Goods Store 

FISHING TACKLE ^k ^g^ SCHOOL AND TEAM 

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SWEATERS I iL'Ir^tl ^^^ SALESMAN 

LEATHER JACKETS '^/F^Aj^ts CALL BL-3138 

CENTRAL HDWE. AND FACTORY SUPPLY CO. 
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"THE HOUSE OF COURTESY" 

KENT LAUNDRY 

and 
Dry Cleaning Co. 

Crain and Mantua <« »> Phone 12 



The Friendships made in 
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Students Have Been Interesting 

LET'S MAKE THEM CONSTANT 

For All Your PHOTOGRAPHS 
Come To — 

THE WALDRON STUDIO 

ONE THIRTY-NINE, EAST MAIN STREET 



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Any Drug Store 
Sells 

DRUGS, COSMETICS. 

CANDIES. STATIONERY, 

CAMERAS 

But Not Everyone 

Sells The Quality 

Goods 

THAT MADE . . . 



Donagliv's Cut Rate 



KENTS BEST DRUG STORE 



OFFICE SUPPLIES 
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OFFICE FURNITURE 

AND DRAFTING ROOM 

EQUIPMENT 



The NATIONAL BLANK 
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CAMPUS SUPPLY 
STORE 

Opposite College Campus 



Full Line of Candies, 

College Supplies and 

Toilet Articles 



OFFICIAL KENT 
STATE STATIONERY 



FILMS AND FILM 
DEVELOPING 



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LAW SCHOOL 
The Akron Law School, located at 57 E. Market Street, Akron, Ohio, offers a four-year 
course preparing for Bar examination and leading to the degree of LL. B. 

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 
Each applicant for registration as a law student must present a certificate of General 
Learning showing that he has successfully completed two years of study in an ap- 
proved college to be evidenced by the signature of the proper official thereof; or 
educational equivalent to be determined by an examiner appointed by the Supreme 
Court. 

REGISTRATION 
Students may register at the beginning of the quarter or semester. For further in- 
formation call at the school office or telephone JE 1317. 

C. A. NEALE, President. 




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OFFICIAL COLLEGE 
JEWELER 

G. F. ELGIN 

HAVE YOUR EYES 

EXAMINED BY A 

LICENSED 

OPTOMETRIST 



Special Attention to Watch 
and Jewelry Repair 

ROCKWELL BLDG. 

East Main St. 



The 
Courier-Tribune 



IS PROUD OF THE 
ACHIEVEMENTS 
OF KENT STATE 
THE SCHOOL'S 
COGNIZANT OF 
THE SCHOOLS 
CONTRIBUTION TO 
THE CITY AND IS 
CONFIDENT THAT 
KENT STATE'S 
PROGRESS WILL BE 
CONTINUED 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

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Towel Supply 

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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

Orlanders Market 



133 S. Water Street 
KENT, OHIO 



The Horning 

Coal and Supply 

Company 

— o 

Furnishes Coal to 
The College 

— o 

Supplies Coal to 
The Fraternity Houses 

And Pleases All Kent 



113 LAKE STREET 
PHONE 275W 



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SOME DAY COMES 
REBELLION 

You who leave this institution this year 
to face the future will one day become home 
makers. 

All may not be peaceful every day. Hus- 
bands and wives do rebel occasionally. 
They want a "New Deal." 

Let that new deal lead you into new uses 
of Electrical Service. It's the service where 
you get the most for your money — nearly 
50% below the pre-war prices. 

Consult any Electrical dealer anywhere 
for electrical helps. 

OHIO EDISON COMPANY 



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KENT NATIONAL 
BANK 

"The Bank of Courtesy to 
College Students" 



Checking Accounts Solicited 

3% Paid on Savings 

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent 



3 Percent & Safety 



COMMERCIAL 
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AND 

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at 

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Tirin Coaehes 



Twin Coaches, manufactured in Kent, 



not only serve the NATION'S principal 



centers but likewise serve Kent and 



adjacent communities. 



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Phone: JEF. 7134 




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KENT STATE COLLEGE 

JAMES OZRO ENGLEMAN, Ph. D., LL. D. 

President 

includes a 

College of Education 

JOHN L. BLAIR, Ph. D. 

Dean 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

OSCAR H. WILLIAMS, Ph. D. 

Dean 

ACCREDITED BY AND MEMBER OF: 

Ohio College Association 

American Association of Teachers Colleges 

North Central Association of Colleges and 
Secondary Schools 

Excellent Faculty 
Good buildings and equipment 
Beautiful Campus 
Thoroughly modern library 
Rapidly growing 
Substantially developing 



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WHO'S WHO 1932-1933 

Varsity Football Captain Jim Shelly 

Varsity Basketball Captain Joe Carl 

Varsity Wrestling Captain Elmer Dunlavy 

Varsity "K" Club President Jim Shelly 

Ohio 125 lb. Wrestling Champion Joe Taborsky 

Ohio 135 lb. Wrestling Champion Eldred Miller 

Ohio 155 lb. Wrestling Champion Elmer Dunlavy 

Ohio 165 lb. Wrestling Champion Clive Lukens 

Ohio Heavyweight Wrestling Champion Ivo Rinaldi 

Editor of The Kent Stater Glenwood Oyster 

Editor of The Chestnut Burr Arthur Hommel 

Business Manager, The Chestnut Burr Hervey Stahl 

Captain of the Debate Team Charles Atkinson 

Manager of The College Theatre John Watkins 

Captain, Women's Debate Team Lois K. Whiteleather 

President, The Men's Glee Club Don Housley 

Director, The College Band Arthur Burdett, Howard Spiller 

Conductors, The College Orchestra \. Burdett, G. Warner, H. Spiller 

President, The Inter-fraternity Council Charles Atkinson 

President, The Kent State Council Kermit Taylor 

Chairman, E Comm. of College Soc. Comm. .Joe Kelly 

President of Alpha Psi Omega Mary Jane Manchester 

President, Chi Pi Joe Kelly 

President, Kappa Gamma Charles Atkinson 

President, Lambda Chi Emily Farnham 

President, Blue Key Joe Kelly 

President, Sigma Delta Nu Aldeen Cox 

President, Phi Mu Forrest Hawk 

President, Kappa Mu Kappa Kermit Taylor 

President, Delta Phi Sigma Arthur Hommel 

President, Sigma Tau Gamma Charles Atkinson 

President, Alpha Phi Beta Park Welton 

President, Kappa Sigma Chi Victor Moore 

President, Barbarians John Ryzner, Charles Furne\' 

President, Sigma Sigma Sigma Nlary Ir\in 

President, Phi Epsilon Helen Heyman 

President, Delta Sigma Epsilon Ruth Reichard 

President, Alpha Sigma Alpha Bette Anderson 

President, Theta Sigma Upsilon Klartha Durbin 

President, Pi Delta Theta Ruth Loomis 

President, Alpha Sigma Tau Mildred Pyle 

President, Pi Kappa Sigma Lucille Callow ay- 
President, Phi Alpha Alpha Gladys Apley 

Miss Kent State Lois Dene Straight 

Homecoming Queen Dorothy Bow ers 

Prom Queen Eunice Hines 

Leads in "Lilliom " L. Parkinson, M Bouckey 

Leads in "Sunup ' Jessie Hinds, Al Shambarger 

Leads in "Devil's Disciple" Jay Miller, Dorothy Hensel 

Leads in "Uncle Dudley " Winston Frost, Margaret Dunkle 

All-Ohio Mention Football Jim Shelly 

All-Ohio Mention Football Elmer Dunlavv 



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SOME HIGH-LIGHTS OF 1932-1933 

This school year has been one of great accomplishments for Kent 
State College and many of its organizations and students. 



Five Ohio championships were annexed by Flash Wrestlers, joe 
Taborsky. Eldred Miller, Elmer Dunlavy, Clive Lukens and Ivo 
Rinaldi. 



The Women's Debate Team won a silver loving cup, emblematic 
of the Ohio Women's Debate Conference Championship. The 
Women's Team was composed of Lois K. Whiteleather, Capt. . Lucille 
Arnold, Josephine Cotman, Betty Grant, Audrey Hood, Barbara 
Ladd, 'Virginia Motz, Flora Jean Sprague, Neva Zuver. 



Jessie Hinds won second place in interpretation in the state contest. 



The Men's Debate Team debated with a team from Oxford 
University, England. It was a non-decision debate. 



The Kent Stater, edited by Glenwood Oyster, was awarded a 
"SUPERIOR" -Mi-American Honor rating by the National Scholastic 
Press Association this vear. 



Kent State College was admitted to the North Central Association 
of Colleges. 



Two men, Jim Shelly and Elmer Dunlavy, were given honorable 
mention as all-Ohio football players. 



"Bud" Conley, boxing for the American Legion of Kent, reached 
the finals of the Boxing Tourney held at Columbus. 



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